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Updated: 2010-11-16 06:01:31.650000 (UTC)
The Railway Bridge at Inchberry. Underneath the arches; left for Mosstodloch, right for Garbity.
The River Deveron flowing to the south of Cairnborrow Farm.
Tree-lined avenue From A920 towards Torry.
Tree Trunks. Evening light picks out Scots Pines in the forest at Deer Park.
Tree Harvester. This shows the swathe cut by the harvester through the forest.
Tree Harvester – a Daewoo 220 (LCV?) tracked excavator fitted with a harvester head and used as a forestry harvester. This amazing piece of machinery clasps the trunk of a standing tree, slides down t…
Tullochallum This is one of the older buildings in the steading at Tullochallum, surrounded by more recent additions.
Trig point on Kelman Hill. Top of the hill is moor.
Trig on Meikle Firbriggs. Looking towards Round Hill
Triangulation Pillar This trig point is now useless, being surrounded by mature trees. It is 176 metres above sea level,and bears number S7083.
Triangulation Pillar This trig point is on the Hill of Clashmadin at 258 metres above sea level. It can't be much use now, as it is completely surrounded by trees.
Turnip field. A narrow shelter belt gives protection from the prevailing wind. This field's current use is a fodder crop.
Upper Broadfield A ruined farm, its land now part of the larger farm of Broadfield.
Upper Broadfield The reservoir here supplies water for use on Broadfield Farm. On the low hill in the middle distance is Blackhill Wood.
Upper Broadfield I wonder whether the generations of folk who lived here had the time and inclination to appreciate the magnificent setting of their home? The view takes in Knock Hill, near Huntly (on…
Upper Broadfield The dam to create the pond is not shown on the 1872 map, and probably post-dates the abandonment of the farm house.
View from Hill of Muldearie Looking north-east from the lower slopes of the hill towards the forests north of Aultmore.
Upper Mulben Snow-covered fields at Upper Mulben. Pronounce the name with the stress on the second syllable - "mull-BENN".
Upstream Burn of Mackalea From A920 bridge.
Upper Drakemyres, near Keith The farm is situated to the north of the A96 west of Keith.
View towards Newley From A920 by Raehutcheon.
Bakebare On A920.
Auchindoun Castle From Upper Keithack road.
Autumn Larches The autumnal colours of two sunlit larch trees stand out against a cloudless blue sky. Larch is not native to Scotland, having been introduced in the eighteenth century. but it is widel…
Back Burn. It's so overgrown that the burn shown on the map is invisible.
Barnyards The abandoned farm buildings in low winter sunshine.
Belnaboth Both Hill in the rear.
Bovington By A920.
Brash. The piles of brash are all that is left of trees which have been harvested.
Bruckles Farm in early autumn.
Burn of Oldtown The burn runs in the valley seen here.
Coldhome From A920.
Cottages at Tullochallum In the background, on the right, is Dufftown.
Crooked Wood. A small wood with interesting flora, and a network of waymarked paths.
Delfur Lodge The Lodge is well screened by trees, but there is just a glimpse of it from the opposite bank of the River Spey.
Derelict cottage at Bridgend on the A941.
Elgin to Keith line near Craighead.
Entry to Ordiequish Forest.
Forest Operations - snowing.
Forest Road The forest road which gives access to the Knockmore mast.
Giant Puffball (Calvatia (Langermannia) gigantea ) At least, that's what I think it is!
Harrows on the roadside near Ardlewie Farm.
Helpful Road Sign. I'm not at all sure what you are supposed to do if you are driving a vehicle more than 8'6" wide, and have negotiated all the bends and junctions to get to this point. It certainly …
Hillhead A traditional farm house, still occupied.
Huntly fishing beat River Deveron by A920 Huntly to Dufftown road.
Ivy Cottage, Blackdam One of just two houses left here out of a dozen or so occupied in the 1881 census.
Knockmore Open ground above the forest plantations near the summit of Knockmore.
Knockmore The access road to the communications mast on Knockmore.
Little Pitlurg Farm, near Keith The farm is situated to the South of Keith.
Llama farming by Coldholme!!
Banffshire, Scotland, United Kingdom osm